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Due to the unfortunate passing of Les Shockey, the SEMA State Coordinator Representative seat is vacant. The Advisory Board now issues this call for volunteers to fill the vacant seat.
Call for Volunteers - SouthEast/Mid-Atlantic State Coordinator Representative
Pursuant to Articles IX and XIV of Standard Rules of The USGenWeb Project, the Advisory Board now issues a Call for Volunteers to fill the vacant SEMA SC Representative seat.
- The person selected from those who submit their interest shall serve the remainder of the current term for this seat, ending 8/31/2022.
- The person who can fill this position must be a State Coordinator in good standing in the SEMA region.
The SEMA region includes: Alabama, Delaware, D.C., Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia
QUALIFICATIONS FOR OFFICE:
From the USGenWeb Bylaws, revised July 2010.
Article VI. Section I. DUTIES/QUALIFICATIONS OF ADVISORY BOARD:
“Nominees for National Coordinator shall have the following qualifications: at least one year (the twelve months immediately preceding an election) of continuous service and current activity as a member in good standing, and eligibility to vote within The USGenWeb Project.
Qualifications of nominees for State Coordinator Representative, Local Coordinator Representative, and Special Project Representative are the same with the addition that their service shall have been as a State Coordinator, Local Coordinator, or one of the various positions associated with the Special Projects, respectively. "In good standing" is demonstrated by responding promptly to email, actively supporting researchers' efforts to find information, maintaining their website with appropriate, up-to-date content, and serving as a good example of the guidelines and standards of The USGenWeb Project.”
The "twelve months immediately preceding an election" applies to the 1st of July, the actual start of the election.
THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION IS 11:59 PM EST, FEBRUARY 15, 2022.
Include the following information in your submission:
Current State and County positions
Please include any other information you would like the Advisory Board to consider, such as any previous Advisory Board experience, length of time as a member of USGW, etc.